80k points, no fee 1st yr, Priority Club Select Visa
[Update: $1000 spend now required. Seen on PC website & personal reports in this thread.]
I know Chase has been targeting people with 80k points offers and there has been a public 60k points offer since the crack the case promotion. I created this thread because I think I found a link for what might be the non-targeted
The application page doesn't say anything about 80,000 points. The link is what I got after watching the visa promo video.
80,000 bonus points after first use.
Free night every year at any of our hotels. (You need to call 1-877-318-5890 after your anniversary date to redeem it)
5 points per $ spent at our hotels
2 points per $ spent on gas,groceries and dining
1 point per $ on everything else
10% points rebate on any redemptions. (These post automatically after the statement date)
No fee 1st year, then $49.
No foreign transaction fees.
If you are thinking of applying for the PC card it might not hurt to try using this link. In case, this is a targeted offer you can always ask for Chase to match the public 60k offer: Landing page and Application page
Edit to add: Read posts 62 & 72. Two have applied and received confirmations that they would get 80k.
You can send a secure message to bump the bonus if you got the card within the last 3 months. Sending a secure message with the links works better than calling. This was my experience with bumping the CO card bonus too. Read post 79 for a confirmation of bonus bump.
As pointed out in post 27, you must click the legal disclosures button before you can submit the application.
Make the first purchase during a statement cycle which ends on/after 1/1/2012 and get platinum status until 31/12/2013.
Last edited by philemer; Jan 5, 13 at 9:04 pm..
Reason: update to show $1000 requirement
Programs: Priority Club Platinum & Ambassdor, Hilton Honors
Thanks for the links. I was planning on getting my wife a card in the next month to take advantage of 60K points and pretty much Platinum status for 2 years as she would 1st use it in January so might use the link if she doesn't get a targeted offer within the next month.
The free night a year definitely pays for the annual fee of $49 (waived 1st year)
You can convert 10,000 points into 2000 miles but its not a good value. Also you can earn tons of points for every stay if you register for the promo codes mentioned in the master thread in the IHG forum.